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Title: Towards efficient 3D calibration for different types of multi-view autostereoscopic 3D displays
Authors: Xia, Xinxing
Guan, Yunqing
State, Andrei
Cham, Tat-Jen
Fuchs, Henry
Keywords: Engineering::Computer science and engineering
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Xia, X., Guan, Y., State, A., Cham, T.-J., & Fuchs, H. (2018). Towards efficient 3D calibration for different types of multi-view autostereoscopic 3D displays. Proceedings of Computer Graphics International 2018 (CGI 2018), 169-174. doi:10.1145/3208159.3208190
Abstract: A novel and efficient 3D calibration method for different types of autostereoscopic multi-view 3D displays is presented in this paper. In our method, a camera is placed at different locations within the viewing volume of a 3D display to capture a series of images that relate to the subset of light rays emitted by the 3D display and arriving at each of the camera positions. Gray code patterns modulate the images shown on the 3D display, helping to significantly reduce the number of images captured by the camera and thereby accelerate the process of calculating the correspondence relationship between the pixels on the 3D display and the locations of the capturing camera. The proposed calibration method has been successfully tested on two different types of multi-view 3D displays and can be easily generalized for calibrating other types of such displays. The experimental results show that this novel 3D calibration method can also be used to improve the image quality by reducing the frequently observed crosstalk that typically exists when multiple users are simultaneously viewing multi-view 3D displays from a range of viewing positions.
ISBN: 978-1-4503-6401-0
DOI: 10.1145/3208159.3208190
Rights: © 2018 Association for Computing Machinery. All rights reserved.
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